Britain’s builders have suffered the sharpest fall in new orders since the financial crisis as the construction sector downturn deepens, according to a survey.
A derelict city centre hotel, which is steadily caving in on itself, has become an unwelcome visitor attraction.
Dundee building services company McGill has opened up a Glasgow office after securing multiple contract in the Central Belt.
The owners of major Fife building firm Raeburn Construction have set up a sister company to provide a wide variety of training.
The UK’s economy shrank for the first time since 2012 in the second quarter of this year, as the manufacturing and construction sectors both slumped.
The UK’s construction output has plummeted at its steepest rate since 2009, as Brexit uncertainty and weaker demand hit all major areas of the industry.
A leading housebuilder has unveiled plans to create 150 jobs and invest £120 million in Tayside over the next five years.
A Perthshire town's old Art Deco cinema could be saved from the wrecking ball.
The Cross Tay Link Road will not be re-routed, despite growing concern about the health impact on residents at a new housing estate.
A rebel Tory councillor has said he will break party lines to call for a radical redesign of the £112 million Cross Tay Link Road.